The benefits of moving from complex legacy infrastructure to the simplicity of hyperconvergence are many, but among the top reasons organizations make the switch are lower costs, improved, consistent performance, a smaller datacenter footprint, greater efficiency and productivity in IT teams, and maximized infrastructure ROI.
The link between hyperconverged infrastructure and cloud
Enterprise IT teams today are looking for ways to deliver on-premises IT services with the speed and operational efficiency of public cloud services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. A comprehensive enterprise cloud platform bridges the gap between traditional infrastructure and public cloud services—and hyperconvergence is at the core of an enterprise or hybrid cloud.
Integrated server, storage, networking and virtualization resources along with end-to-end systems management and operations management capabilities.
Deploy infrastructure in minutes, so IT teams can elevate their focus to the applications and services powering the business.
Supports a wide variety of different hardware platforms – including three of the four most popular server platforms in the world.
Each hyperconverged server (node), includes Intel-powered x86 hardware with flash-based SSDs and traditional HDDs, along with Nutanix software.
Superior Performance and Resilience
Nutanix hyperconverged software running on each node distributes all operating functions across the cluster.
A single cluster can have unlimited nodes, with node types having differing amounts of storage, CPU and memory resources, so you can run multiple workloads with maximum efficiency.